Phonological Awareness In Oral Language

877 Words4 Pages
Phonological knowledge refers to knowledge about sound and symbol relations in a language. A phoneme is the smallest linguistic unit of a sound. This is combined with other phonemes to form words. A phoneme consist of sounds that are considered to be a single perceptual unit by a listener for example you would say B is for ball.
Phonic instruction involves teaching the relationship between sounds and the letters used to represent them.
Phonological awareness is the conscious awareness of distinct speech sounds in language.

When Children develop literacy skills they are able to use symbols to represent the sound of their spoken language in writing.
Prosodic features is language that represents the way something is said. These features have both sound
…show more content…
This will require the child to listen to others and engage in conversation.
The word register means a specific way of using language in different settings. For example:
Face to face conversations
Classroom discussion
Conversation on the cell phone

3. For children to be proficient communicators they must master the five aspects of language. Once they have mastered the five aspects of language they will need to acquire the linguistic knowledge in oral and written forms. The child must have a good grasp of the oral language prior to writing.
Oral language are related to literacy development which are the following examples, Vocabulary, Syntactic production, Comprehension, Phonological awareness, and narrative production awareness

Phonological : the child has the ability to spell the words correctly while writing. They also have the understanding of the letter sounds.

Semantics: the child has an understanding of written and reading vocabulary. The child can also visualize the words.

Syntactic: The child understands the correct use of sentence structure when
Open Document